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Progress or Eibach? #32029 Jul 30, 8:09pm Jul 30, 8:09pm
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Progress or Eibach?
I need help on which spring should I buy. Im going to use stock shocks so I need to know how much would they lower and how is goin to be the quality of the ride. Please if you know what is the best Progress, Eibach, or any other let me know. Thanks... thumbsup


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Re: Progress or Eibach? [Re: importcelica] #32030 Jul 30, 8:23pm Jul 30, 8:23pm
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eibach sportline is very popular and is a 2" drop (i think). i would look at goldline because the drop is a little less and there is a lifetime warranty. with those you need to get a camber correction kit, but if you get TRD springs you dont need that, but there only like a 1" drop. hope this helps thumbsup


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Re: Progress or Eibach? [Re: 01celi] #32031 Jul 30, 8:26pm Jul 30, 8:26pm
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eibach is pretty good, Ground Control uses Eibach Coilover Springs thumbsup


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Re: Progress or Eibach? [Re: Street Prototype] #32032 Jul 31, 1:07pm Jul 31, 1:07pm
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I drive my the Eibach corporate headquaters in Corona, California pretty much everyday so if i have a problem with mine, i don't have to worry about it because they're local! woohoo

Re: Progress or Eibach? [Re: importcelica] #32033 Jul 31, 1:35pm Jul 31, 1:35pm
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I have had Eibach for two years now. My stock shocks are holding up well.


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